TraumaFX, a leading global provider of advanced, ruggedized human and canine medical training simulators, today announced the company has been awarded an IDIQ contract with the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA). The new contract makes TraumaFX medical training simulators and related accessories available on the NATO Logistics Stock Exchange (NLSE).
NLSE is a widely-used online catalog where member countries can register and place online orders for a wide range of products, backed by the support of NATO Logistics. This new contract is valid for five years and TraumaFX products are now live on the NLSE. The first order was received on March 4th from the United Kingdom Ministry of Defense, and there are several additional orders in process from other countries.
“We are deeply honored to have TraumaFX products added to the NLSE. NSPA doesn’t add new industry partners to the exchange very often, and we appreciate the level of effort member nations’ liaisons put forth to make this a reality,” said Carolyn Hollander, Vice President at TraumaFX. “We’re excited at the opportunity to make our life-saving technology more readily accessible to NATO member nations, and we look forward to providing the same level of exceptional support and dedication to improving survivability that we have for our current NATO customers over the last several years.”
More information about NSPA and the NLSE can be found on their web site at https://www.nspa.nato.int/en/organization/logistics/LogServ/nlse.htm.
TraumaFX products are now sold under the TacMed Simulation brand. It joins TacMed Medical and TacMed Protection as a suite of complimentary products for the continuum of pre-hospital patient care.